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In the scope of its 40th anniversary the 4th edition of 2013 Relevant Magazine did not have an English summary. The whole magazine was spent on historical overviews and interviews with relevant people (among which WF's Communications Director). The Dutch (only) version can be downloaded here.
Dying with Dignity Victoria DWDV published its Newsletter Update issue 163, July 2013 (winter edition), to be downloaded here .
Eli Stutsman, the lead author on the Oregon Death with Dignity Act and one of the National Center's founding board members, published an informative piece in the current issue of American Bar Association's GPSolo. His article titled "Twenty Years of Living with the Oregon Death with Dignity Act" looks back at the challenges Oregon's ground breaking law faced, the progress made after the law held up to those challenges, and the current climate for the law throughout the US.
An article from Sharon Kirkey, published in the National Post Canada, reports on an interesting interview with incoming Canadian Medical Association’s President Dr. Louis Francescutti.
The Canadian Medical Association meets next week in Calgary
Après un colloque au sujet des opinions diverses des institutions philosophiques sur le thème de la fin de la vie, les deux organisatrices Marleen Temmerman et Fauzaya Talhaoui a publie maintenant un livre avec l'essentiel des contributions des intervenants du colloque .
Author Xavier Symons reports in Bioedge (August 20, 2013) that following the acquittal of a Swedish intensivist, accused of having used high doses of thiopental after having withdrawn life-sustaining treatment when a child was imminently dying, two Swedish bioethicists
UK judicial proceedings on dying with dignity: verdicts from Court of Apeals on Nicklinson, Lamb and ‘Martin’ cases.
The family of Tony Nicklinson and Paul Lamb have lost their right-to-die challenges: the Court of Appeal upheld a ruling that Mr Nicklinson had not had the right to ask a doctor to end his life. His widow is planning a further appeal. Mr Lamb who won a
Robin Marantz Henig of the New York Times published an extensive and indepth interview with Margaret Pabst Battin titled A Life-or-Death Situation about her confrontations with right to die issues in the aftermath of the accident of her partner Brooke Hopkins 4 years ago. It shines an inspiring light on the intricacies of an issue she has been researching so extensively. An article worth reading.